Leipzig beat FC Koln to secure 3point in Bundesliga. Leipzig moved into the fourth position in Bundesliga after they acquired an agreeable 3-0 triumph over Cologne on Friday.
In a cagey first half, Christopher Nkunku’s shocking free kick gave the home side the lead in the 25th moment – the Frenchman’s eleventh association objective of a noteworthy mission.
Having broken the stop, Leipzig enveloped it with the last part, with Dani Olmo arrowing home from outside the punishment region in the 54th moment.
Leipzig had opportunities to add a fourth, with Nkunku denied by a fine save from Cologne goalkeeper Marvin Schwabe at his close to post.
Be that as it may, it was the guests who finished the scoring after Tim Lemperle headed a stoppage-time relief.
The triumph saw Leipzig move into fourth on 34 focuses from 22 matches, above Cologne in seventh.
Their opponents are in real life later in the end of the week, as they proceed with their improvement under new mentor Domenico Tedesco.